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was beg in the wrong place at the wrong time. we can't tolerate this any more. these tragedies must end. and toned them we must change. we will be told that the causes of such violence are complex, and that is true. no single law, no set of laws can eliminate evil from the world or prevent every senseless act of violence in our society. but that can't be an excuse for inaction. surely we can do better than this. if there's even one step we can take to save another child, or another parent, or another town from the grief that's visited tucson and aurora and oak creek and newtown, and communities from columbine to blacksburg before that, then truly we have an obligation to try. in the coming weeks i will use whatever power this office holds to engage my fellow citizens from law enforcement, to mental health professionals, to parents and educators in an effort aimed at preventing more tragedies like this. because what choice do we have? we can't accept events like this as routine. are we really prepared to say that we're powerless in the face of such carnage? that the politics are too hard
. the governor said that has given him clear pause. i beg your rick snyder please veto those bills and stop the madness, but here is what he is up against. 24 michigan lawmakers are acting on behalf of alec that conservative group that drafts gun legislation for lawmakers, and alec has been bank rolled by the nra. michigan's alec chair cosponsored the extreme gun legislation that rammed through the house and senate last week. but this is not just about michigan. michigan has been passing some crazy bills these last few weeks, but this is much broader. alec's legislation has been used across the country to weaken gun laws. since 2009, 99-nra-backed alec laws have passed in 36 states. all of those states are states where alec-backed gun legislation has passed. and as a result gun safety laws across the country have gotten incredibly watered down. in arizona you need a permit to cut hair but not to carry a concealed. in mississippi concealed weapons permits last longer than driver's licenses. iowa it's easier to sell a gun than lemonade. in arkansas it takes less time to bu
no to guns in the past. but adam lanza had not beg your pardon to a shooting rain in the recent sixes. commupt college. apparently adam lanza was spart should and attending community college and looked in to the possibility of going to school. she wanted to go with him to make sure he ghot the education. >> here in the community. they are trying to get the children back to classes, particularly the ones on the day of the class cure. nwe are standing on the edge of the street in sandy hook elementary and looks like will take them and put them in a nearby school in monroe. >> it is closed in the last year and ready to be filled again. we watched the movie vans taking the supplies and decks and set up a community school in mon monroe. >> is there any information on where the killer was on thursday through monday of last year. >> i hear he might have gone to the range. why was he at it coming up to the killing spree. nthere is information on adam lans a. and there is information about nancy lads lads. but.s have said very little. there are so many inunanswered questions. >> and of course.
the weather beg weather update. you are tracking two thunderstorms one ut east and won left. washington into part of wyoming ant blizzard portions in effect. you are not seeing additional snowfall accumulations. dig can't wind will be causing white house conditions gusting to over 30, 40 miles per hour west. otherwise across the east it will be a little reminder. through georgia into tarts of tennessee large hail. isolated torn could is if you live there we have snow copying down across portions of vermont. maine, heyer portion of will you england. could pick up over 6 over the snow n. minute mid atlantic sit offing ports of the ton tree. 66 dallas san antonio. >>> the time now is 39 after the top of the hour. coming up there's some kind of movement on the fiscal cliff talks. it my mott be good for your mown. >> a soldier reunited with his family just in time to welcome the newest member. that story key coming up. >> after weeks of a dead look there seems tock some movement on the fiscal cliff. here to break down negotiations is diane macedo. >> looks like republican house speaker boehn
and now that is it set aside. we learned from officials, they are begging reporters and the media to give the family peace and stay away. one state treeper is assigned to each of the families. >> each family has a state trooper assigned for them. someone to directly communicate with and giving the families a point person and police officers and investigators a point person. they are take good care of the families and keeping lines of communication as open as possible. ndo we think that the state police will talk again tonight. >> they are not expected tompt they released what they can and tomorrow will be another briefing. but at this point in time, it is it about the families that are just beginning to cope and have access to the loved ones. >> molly, tharching you in newtown, connecticut. >> the medical examiner talked about how they went in to identify the young bodies. and wayne carver was briefing reporters. he said they did not bripping the families inside of the school. they took pictures was facial features of the six and sen year old children and brought them to the family for po
provide the people who live here would like us to leave. they want to return some normalcy and that begs that question, when we do go, when we leave this town and when our world continues, we leave all of these people with a brand-new normal and something they're going to have to figure out for themselves what their new normal is going to be like. and i just want to share an anecdote. moments ago a man by the name of joe whalen came here to meet me by the creek and seen the piece run today on cnn. he lives in town not far away. he's a general contract, builds homes in the community. he was so moved by that notion that once we all leave, they will be left alone with their new normal. he didn't know what to do. he said i want to do something. i don't know what to do. and ultimately he came up with a plan and he shared it with me moments ago. he's going to go around town to all of those affected by the tragedy and with some of his colleagues in the building business, he's going repair their homes. whatever he sees needs doing he's going to do it and he's not going to ask for anything in ret
that i had because the six other parents had their children, and she was begging for some miracle as i was, and her son had perished. it will be in my heart forever. >> straight ahead, where is the obama administration? a u.s. marine chained to a bed in a mexican prison. our government could step in but has not. another group wants the marine freed, and here's the interesting twist. no one in the other group is an american. who is this group, and why are they stepping in? that's next. >>> also, the head of a medical device company is here. he e-mailed me the other day that he didn't like what i said about the 17 democrats who voted for obama care. noso only fair we invite him too on the record. plus, rush limbaugh warns there's a plan to, quote, des mate the republican party. who does rush say is behind the plan and why does he say republicans should be careful? republicans should be careful? rush coming up. i always wait until the last minute. can i still ship a gift in time r christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift? uh... whew. [ male announcer ] break from the holida
by connecticut, which has a state law banning certain kinds of assault weapons? >> that begs the question, was this a weapon that should have been banned, and because of how the manufacturer decided to describe it got around that law? >> let me go back to a couple things you said. the first is, is there anything that leads you to believe she might have purchased them for her son, or is that just here are the possibilities? >> here are the possibilities. they're living together. they're in the home. he ends up with the guns, so there may be an explanation. >> they're looking into that. the other issue described his as troubled, which we know from what he did. is there other evidence as they've gone in about troubled how? >> you know, clearly, he was troubled. you have to be deranged to carry out this kind of crime. you know, i'm not in a position that i should be talking about someone else's family. that information will come out in due course, but this was clearly a troubled person. >> is there evidence that he was mentally disabled in some way? >> there's evidence that he was mentally di
' lack of productivity has begged many a question, including has there ever been so suspect a nine and five purple bird squad. one that is currently fighting the suffocating quicksand of a three-game losing skid. the purple birds did make it into the playoffs though they had to depend on a steelers loss not really earning it themselves. so far the third consecutive sunday the ravens failed to clench their second consecutive afc title. so the battle cry once again. remember one win and we are in as afc north division back-to-back titlists. head coach john harbaugh says he is responsible for some of the misfortunes as press continues for sunday's visit for the new york giants who are fighting to get in the playoffs. >> i mean, ultimately, it's all on me. yeah. sure. that's, i think, as a head coach, that's your responsibility. so it's my job to get us in the best position to play the best we can and get our team ready and motivated and, you know, just like all of them. we own that. i own that. so disappointed with how we played the last couple of weeks because it hasn't been good eno
or third quarter. when you give any quarterback time to said up, make the plays. >> now it begs of question, how healthy is robert? does he play against the philadelphia eagles? i know you don't know the answer to that right now, but based on what we saw pregame and some of his other workouts, he looked pretty good, almost like it was a precautionary -- but if you're a gambling man, what would you say? >> i think robert will compete to play. he wants to be on the field. he's going to show everybody that he should be on the field. what he gives you and the type of package he gives us offensively, we want that guy on the field. we're proud of what kirk did, everyone is so excited for kirk, but the things this kid can do are unplefbl. >> they learned without rob griffin iii you have other weapons. pierre, alfred has been spectacular all season long, but leonard hankerson with a previous touchdown in previous games. two in this game. i've always been skeptical of his hands, but what did he show you? >> i think last week was the best he had played so far this season, and he stepped up big. we ha
's hopes up because it's just so deflating when nothing happens. but at this point, we're just begging the mexican government. >> hammer is charged with a felony for allegedly bringing in a weapon across the border without any permits right into violence-plagued mexico. his trial date is scheduled for next month. >> john: we've got christmas coming up if a week. what are the chances he could be back in florida by then? >> his mexican attorney believes there is a good chance he has filed two federal injunctions and he hopes a court will rule in their favor, perhaps by thursday. meanwhile, the mexican ambassador to the united states sent this letter to miami congresswoman which reads, quote: i must underscore that introducing to and/or possessing weapons of this kind of mexico, regardless of intent, is considered a serious offense. he was caught at the bordered with a shotgun in his winnebago which his family says was for bird hunting. but the gun may have ban sawed off shotgun and too short. the veteran has been locked up since this happened in august. mexican authorities say the only
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sister. >> steve: begging for information about her sister. outside of the school. she said that picture will hawn her for the rest of the her life because it brought her back to the moment and it will be an iconic photo. tell get worse for her. what about the rest of the soto's class they ran out of the build theyened up on the front lawn of psychicologist of jean rosen. >> steve: he had been in a diner and there is a picture of him after he realized what happened. and he found in the end of his driveway six of them sitting in a circle. we can't go back to school . mrs. soto is dead. he didn't know what to do. they were terrified. he didn't understand. and he was putting it together he tock them to his house and had them, a bus driver showed up and she had the phone numbers to the children's parents and they called the parents to let them know they were okay . he gave them juice and stuffed animals and he was there for them. >> gretchen: another mother came to his door and said i heard you had some of the surverifying children here at the home, did you have my child and he said he later
about kept begging her and it ended up being the last thing she wore. there is also rachel divino and her boyfriend was going to propose and christmas eve. beater, thank you very much. peter doocy. the church in newtown will be the host of 10 funerals this week and next week. it reminds me of 9/11 when we saw multiple funerals taking place in local churches in this area. very, very hard for these communities. bill: you can't hit a golf ball or throw a snowball in this town without hitting a church of some denomination. faith is so important to the people who live in newtown. there is a makeshift memorial. there are many of them set up throughout town. this is the area where they set up 26 christmas trees over the weekend. and nower in allowing people from the community to walk the half mile down this road to place flowers or lay a wreath or hang an ornament. this is the closest you can get to the elementary school. you have to go 100 yard down dickinson lane and peel to the right in the parking lot before the school reveals in front of you. this is how we grieve and this is how so
the money. we beg that the governor help the victims with a true plan to get money directly to the victims. >> heather: in these initial moments, it's only been two days how long will it take for these families to at least begin to come to grips what happened. as you said, they are in shock. how many days did it take you, how many months? >> we're still going through it. it depends on the person. what happens with this is you have horrific post-traumatic stress disorder in varying degrees. there is a woman that can't work and function. it's why money that is collected get to the victims. one thing you happens, it overwhelms you so much it keeps us from hearing our own angels. if you pay attention, angels give you signs. if you pay attention, we have all in aurora we have seen signs but the are spiritual signs and sometimes the grief overwhelms it. >> heather: beyond the money and compensation that people will eventually donate to these victims in this horrific tragedy what can people there do immediately for these families to try to help heal them a little quicker? >> the best thing that t
was begging to the hospitalized. >> i'd like to find out if you have any beds available in the adolescent -- i wanted to know if you have a bed. i want to know if you have a bed. >> reporter: and after two hours of phone calls. >> they have a bed, right this second. but it changes minute-to-minute. >> reporter: three weeks later, the hospital reluctantly discharged brenna because the family's insurance wouldn't pay anymore. leaving brenna's parents to again look for their own solutions. brenna is now in a residential stepdown treatment program. her mother and father are just two of many parents out there who are struggling to get the help their children need. and for more on that, we're joined by dr. jamie howard, a clinical psychologist, with child mind institute. it's a leading treatment and advocacy group for children's mental health in this country. good morning. good to have you here. >> thank you. >> there's an estimated 15 million children with mental illness in this country. only half of them get help? why is that? >> that's a big problem. we have a stigma around childhood psychiatric
. >> really? don't stand me up. i know you can cook, that's why i'm begging. and that drink you make, too. that's some good, strong enough. i remember that from last year. i'm still hung over from the last time you brought it in. >>> coming up, our favorite doomsday movie and a special mayan calendar edition of "insomniac." >>> and an experience i'll never forget. my day on the job as one of santa's elves in a big department store right here in new york city. ho, ho, ho. you're watching "world news now." look at that. it's time to change the way we clean. it's time to free ourselves from the smell and harshness of bleach. and free ourselves from worrying about the ones we love. new lysol power & free has more cleaning power than bleach. how? the secret is the hydrogen peroxide formula. it attacks tough stains and kills 99.9% of germs. new lysol power & free. powerful cleaning that's family friendly. another step forward in our mission for health. >>> welcome back, everybody. >>> welcome back, everybody. it's a special holiday for one south florida family after a daring rescue. a police of
's the statistics. >> it's my favorite client. >> michael. >> yeah. >> how are you. >> i begged you to get some therapy. >> can you still do her voice? >> well, yes. >> you're dorothy and i'm gayle and we're meeting for the first time. what should we do together? >> well, because i'm really a man, i thought we could go to a gym or to a spa, you know, and i'll get naked. >> i don't love you anymore. >> cramer versus cramer took hoffman to a bad place, the breakup of a family just as his own family was ending in divorce. >> sit's not ought biographical. you shouldn't be doing it unless you can't bring the narcissist in yourself or the mean person or bastard in yourself, don't go near it. >> he nearly turned down the role but instead helped rewrite the script to reflect his own experience. >> i will always be your mommy and i will always love you. i just won't be your mommy in the house, but i'll be your mommy at the heart. >> and we discovered something, which was, i think, the spine of the film and that is when marriages break up, each party wants the love to just snap like a twig and it doesn't
-old charlotte bacon. charlotte begged her mom to let her wear a new pink dress and boots to school, a holiday outfit. 7-year-old daniel barden. a budding athlete. he swam. he played soccer. his family called him fearless. olivia engle, was just 6 years old. she did ballet and played soccer. and her family said she loved school. >> joseph gay, just turned 7 last tuesday. she loved the color purple. josephine gay, i should say. and ana marquez-greene just 6 years old. ana grew up with music in her ears. her father writes music. and there was a 2009 song he wrote about her, "ana grace." i was thinking, you did the lovely piece about the teacher. victoria soto. just 27 years old. her life was teaching. her life was education. like the six women killed at that school, their lives were education. and they gave their lives for it. >> when you hear their stories of heroism, as parents, you hope that's what's in the classroom. you never think of teachers having to give their lives for their students. it's heartbreaking. >> president obama, of course, last night was playing the role of comforter in chi
episode. >> i cannot stop. i cannot stop. >> reporter: she was begging to the hospitalized. >> if you have any -- >> i wanted to know if you have a bed. i want to know if you have a bed. >> reporter: and after two hours of phone calls. >> they have a bed, right this second. but it changes minute-to-minute. >> reporter: three weeks later, the hospital reluctantly discharged brenna because the family's insurance wouldn't pay anymore. leaving brenna's parents to again look for their own solutions. brenna is now in a residential stepdown treatment program. her mother and father are just two of many parents out there who are struggling to get the help their children need. and for more on that, we're joined by dr. jamie howard, a clinical psychologist, with child mind institute. it's a leading treatment and advocacy group for children's mental health in this country. good morning. good to have you here. >> thank you. >> there's an estimated 15 million children with mental illness in this country. only half of them get help? why is that? >> that's a being problem. we have a stigma around mental h
was begging to the hospitalized. >> if you have any -- >> i wanted to know if you have a bed. i want to know if you have a bed. >> reporter: and after two hours of phone calls. >> they have a bed, right this second. but it changes minute-to-minute. >> reporter: three weeks later, the hospital reluctantly discharged brenna because the family's insurance wouldn't pay anymore. leaving brenna's parents to again look for their own solutions. brenna is now in a residential stepdown treatment program. her mother and father are just two of many parents out there who are struggling to get the help their children need. and for more on that, we're joined by dr. jamie howard, a clinical psychologist, with child mind institute. it's a leading treatment and advocacy group for children's mental health in this country. good morning. good to have you here. >> thank you. >> there's an estimated 15 million children with mental illness in this country. only half of them get help? why is that? >> that's a being problem. we have a stigma around mental health diagnoses. we want to change that. >> do you think pare
agree with the impetus of your question. >> i think it begs the question of why did that happen. honestly, time is always a factor. clearly, no specific follow-up over time. one of the major recommendations of the building plan, which fell off from 10 embassies a year to three. tied to budget constraints and et cetera. so i think it was a combination of factors. while 1999 is certainly close to this decade, the world has changed radically in this decade. the risks that are associated with that world are, i think -- we are in a much more difficult and challenging position with respect to meeting the needs to be out there and doing so in a way that our people are very specifically secured. >> there is a specific recommendation for a ten-year program. a very significant level of funding, specifically to meet the point that admiral mullen made that are building programs. it needs to go back to the original target. >> ambassador, you are extremely critical of the performances of individuals in the view of diplomatic security. the middle east bureau. this is part of a hierarchy of org
discourse. so i would beg everyone, please, let's try to have a civil discurioudi discour discourse. when you feel because you're anonymous on the keyboard you want to take the guy out you don't agree with, try to have these angels' faces in their mind because you're not helping them and you're not helping all the children in the united states. it's what i heard at the vigil and from what i heard from president obama and what i heard at the services today. everyone wants this. now we have to execute on it. >> tell us about this ribbon. >> this ribbon comes from our local grocery store. they're making them in the floral department and handing them out to anyone who wants it. the colors represent sandy hook school. these were our school colors -- are our school colors. >> i've seen other little ribbons that are similar that have a little angel. >> i know, i want one of those. >> the community, you know, you walk around, you just see these little memorials that are springing up and you see these notes from other little kids, writing messages, writing notes. some the -- two the boys were buri
that susan rice had nothing to do with benghazi and that the talking points were given to her. it really begs the question, why was she out there then? if she had nothing to do with this, she shouldn't have been the spokesperson. she got tripped up not only because of this, because of her record over the last several years. jon: let's interrupt this conversation to hear senator john mccain of arizona. he has been highly critical of susan rice. let's hear what he has to say about the benghazi report. >> -- surrounding the tragedy in benghazi. it has been more than three months after the attack that killed four americans in benghazi including ambassador chris stevens. the american people are beginning to get the answers they deserve but there are many more relevant questions surrounding this tragedy that still need to be answered. the report of the state department's accountability review board, or arb, is a serious and credible effort and identifies failures of both officials and institutions in the department. several people have lost their jobs, specific reforms have been identified to insur
we're begging the mexican government, first of all, to look at this case. if they will just examine this case. their own military has sent a letter saying this gun is not on the restricted list. i'm asking that the mexican government would use prosecutial power to look at it and let him go because he's totally innocent of the crime he's been charged with. >> gretchen: olivia hammar, a mom in pain and hoping her son can be home before christmas. thanks. we'll continue o follow this story. >> thank you so much. >> gretchen: brand-new information just coming in about adam lazy -- lanza and his mother. the mother's confidante and his first tv interview next. >>> the government put aside billions to help sandy victims. you'll hear where some of the money is actually going. how about alaska casting line, marching band playing ] [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. great taste. mmm... [ male announcer ] sounds good. it's amazing what s
, over mental health as well, but it begs the question will this tragedy be the tipping point in the fight over gun control specifically. i want to bring in some friends of the show right now, ischwab moody mills of the center for american progress, david nakamura and matt welch, editor-in-chief for "reason" magazine. matt, i want to start with you, i've met your 4-year-old daughter, a delightful young lady and i know your politics more than most is a bit nuanced. your perspective not to over state it, your perspective is a bit unique generally. what's your take on a discussion right now? are we talking about the right things as it pertains to -- to this tragedy? >> you know, i think that there's a -- a belief and it's somewhat wrong that we don't have this discussion. i've heard a lot of people saying on twitter it's time that we finally have a discussion about guns in society and gun laws. we actually do have this discussion, not just with every one of these just awful, you know, mind-boggling tragedies, but in general. we've had two supreme court cases, major ones in the la
or not her sister -- doesn't know if her sister vicky is dead or alive. she's simply begging for information. she says seeing that photo, it's like reminder of that moment all over. it kills. >> gretchen: brian was just alluding to where the six children ended up who managed to escape. jean rosen had been out for breakfast. came home to his house. here he is finding out about the tragic news and sees these six children standing on his lawn. he thought they were part of a school play, maybe it was a skit they were doing. suddenly the kids were crying ask telling him our teacher is dead. we can't go back to school. what did he do? he brought them inside his home for safety. eventually a school bus driver came in, able to help him identify the children, gave them juice and stuffed animals. called their parents. the saddest part to me about this story is that later on, a parent came to his house and said, i understand that you have some children here who survived. was my child here? and he, unfortunately h to tell her no. >> steve: there is one other story that i saw this morning in the story re
, they say in the report that the benghazi folks were begging for help along the way. they explained a deteriorating security posture. there was more intensity in the events. more bad guys in the neighborhood than ever before. and they were asking repeatedly, and in washington, they were turned down for those requests. that's an important difference. so are there more than one person at fault? i'm sure there are. but you can't have a security wing of the state department that does not recognize that all of these threats need to be taken into consideration. he went with the security posture that they gave him, which i argue, was woefully inadequate. >> is there not a way to find out where the paperwork got stuck, in terms of these requests keep going in, these requests keep coming in. isn't that a question you want an answer to? >> absolutely. and the fact that the i don't think the accountability review board that did the report can find that they can't find anyone to hold accountable for the death of these four americans when there are some serious, gross negligent mistakes made in
there trying to beg and plead with the prison and nothing was working until they got the attention of congress and frankly fox news then there started to be movement. let's listen to the congresswoman. >> the parents tried to do it the old fashioned way. john has been rotting in jail since august. the parents did the right thing. they wanted to go through different channels. they hired lawyer after lawyer after lawyer. they had prayer services going here in our community. they didn't contact us until just a few weeks ago. as soon as they contacted us constituent service is what i live for. we pounced on this story and thanks to you guys at fox, you were able to save his life. and who knew how this story was going to end up. the parents knew that they were taking a risk but so far their easy manner was not getting them results. so they said we have got nothing to lose. those first days of media attention from fox were really rough for john. because the guards would rap on his cell and say hey gringo, what are you doing? why is the press calling? update this morning he is out now, of course. the
with the president. not $400,000, but $250,000. it does not matter whether the president calls, begs, cries. those republicans will not agree with anything. they are going home now to their fancy homes. according to mitt romney, forget about the 47%. i am 71. my husband is 80. we will survive. the president should let all of the tax expire, all bush tax cuts, whatever it is, expire. start from scratch. we would not feel it. it is over 10 years. no matter what little we have, we will survive, and we will deal with what we have. host: we have been covering a lot of the fiscal cliff negotiations, what has been happening on the hill. we just heard from the white house, from president obama. you can go to our special page of the season and website, hamas -- our cspan website, c- span.org/fiscalcliff. we are taking your phone calls. we want to see what to think about the remarks from the president and what has been happening on capitol hill. the numbers are on your screen. we go to arizona, the republicans line. caller: i think what is happening is that these congressmen, no matter whether republican or
. >> alisyn: hopely we will get answers. that's what everyone begs for after something like this happens figure out why it happens so we can prevent they m in the future. can i tell you from covering crime for five years and talking to murderers in their prison cells it's a fool's errand. they don't have good explanation that end up making sense. >> steve: that's the key. we want an easy answer. we want to know why he did it. but when you're crazy. when you are evil as he surely was, we may never know. >> brian: right. >> alisyn: we do have a lot more information for you this morning. we are glad you are with us. peter doocy is live in new haven, connecticut with the latest that's happened overnight. >> alisyn, all night long the medical examiner's office worked to positively identify the victims. we're told that there was a temporary morgue set up some place inside sandy hook elementary school. that's where authorities took the young victims and they photographed them so that they could show those photographs to their parents. all 20 children who were killed were between the ages of 5 a
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